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    150701tt published in The Times on 1 Jul 2015

Forty-four peple were killed in Marikana in 2012 following a violent, unprotected strike at Lonmin mines. Ten people, including two policemen and two Lonmin security guards, were killed in the week leading up to August 16 when police shot dead 34 striking miners. President Jacob Zuma asked …....

    150628st published in Sunday Times on 28 Jun 2015

Greg Nicholson of the Daily Maverick writes "Days after President Jacob Zuma released the Marikana Commission of Inquiry's report, the bereaved are still searching for answers. While their pain looks set to continue as they search for justice, opposition parties have been critical over the …....

    150626mg published in Mail & Guardian on 26 Jun 2015

Omar Bashir flew out of South Africa on June 15 as world powers and activists were urging the government to arrest him under a warrant from the global court on charges of masterminding genocide and other atrocities in Sudan's Darfur region. Bashir's plane was allowed to take off even though …....

    150623tt published in The Times on 23 Jun 2015

Despite an agreement between parliamentary parties that questions to the president continue, the EFF persisted in shouting "Pay back the money", even as Zuma took to the podium to answer questions. Parliament descended into chaos and proceedings were halted as the EFF isolated …....

    150625tt published in The Times on 25 Jun 2015

Dylan Roof’s race-hate driven murder of nine African-American congregants at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina is just the most recent of numerous acts of racist violence perpetrated by whites on blacks in the US, including some attacks by …....

    150621st published in Sunday Times on 21 Jun 2015

The astonishing aspect to the diplomatic debacle involving Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir is not that this genocidal maniac was allowed to leave South Africa. It was that he was allowed to come here in the first place. Al-Bashir is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war …....

    150618tt published in The Times on 18 June 2015

While visiting South Africa for an African Union summit, the country’s high court issued an interim order to prevent Omar al-Bashir leaving the country in order to answer international criminal charges (accused of being a mass murderer of 300,000 deaths in Darfur. President Jacob Zuma …....

    150614st published in Sunday Times on 14 Jun 2015

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    150612mg published in Mail & Guardian on 12 Jun 2015

In a shocking revelation (see Marianne Thamm’s Daily Maverick article 

    150610tt published in The Times on 10 Jun 2015

Oscar Pistorius may soon be out of prison. Should we really be surprised? Reeva Steenkamp died alone and terrified. She was 29, and should have been able to look forward to many years of life. Instead, she died behind a locked toilet door that could not protect her from a man armed with a …....

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